Great autopilot feature! I love this app specifically because I don't have to drive my own car anymore. If I've had a particularly long & stressful day I just open up this app and it takes care of getting me home. To date I've only had 8 accidents using it but they were nothing compared to the relaxation I got out of not having to drive myself.
No notification for uploaded file I'm no longer receive any notification if the file is successfully uploaded or waiting to upload. So I have to open Drive app and check the status of file to upload, which causes hassle for me every single time. Hope you guys would consider fixing it. Thanks.
Best all around cloud service I've been comparing them all and Google Drive came out on top. Easier, more reliable, and looks and works way better than the competition. Just bought the 100gb plan and may up that even further, very soon!
bad sync mechanism you should clearly state drive is purely a storage system. if you need the content to be updated on the fly this app does not serve the purpose. very basic compared to Box or Dropbox.
Great App but not supporting Samsung email client app I depend mainly on Google Drive in keeping my files. But the problem is that I'm using Samsung email client as my primary email client. And when I try to attach a file from the Samsung email client I don't find the Google Drive app as a choice for adding files from. By referring to Samsung the told me that it's a Google drive issue. BTW I can go to Google Drive and attach the file to the email on Samsung email client but it's not working the opposite way.
If "cloud" storage is your thing, this works well... Unless you're a Linux user. In my personal opinion, "cloud" storage is untrustworthy and an otherwise inferior alternative to "traditional" storage... But if storing your data in the ☁ is your thing, this application does what it says, it works well and Google are renowned for their extensive security, so this should be one of the first applications you consider. If you use a Linux-based operating system however, consider Dropbox instead, as it has a native client for Linux-based operating systems (such as SteamOS and Ubuntu)...
* Stay on top of what apps and Android devices are safely backed up to Drive thanks to the new Backups view
* Easily preview Excel and other spreadsheet files directly in Drive